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THEM LAND AND INCOME TAXES. Michael Three-rail Dowd—His Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
them: land and income taxes. MIohnol Throc-rnll Dowd— Ilia Opinion. Mo namo in Miolmol Thrao-rn.il Dowd, mo uoi[;hborn anlln ma Miok ; Oi run a matt of nmall qalato, wiioroon tlio norub wnn tliiek ; Oi ornftud Jmrd for tniuty yonr, doniod moaolf rvilliriuk' Tliivt I might no ncoumulnto a little bit o' jiukj I f[ot throo lmudrod quid at laal bo norapm noinht unit day. And nuttin' from mo ohoo,uo onoh month a quill or two away. Bodml, nor. Oi, O'ill buy a faarm, a littlo bib av nito ; Oi'm tired nv wnrrkin' for n boso, Oi'll bo mo bosfl a whilo ; Ami no I buyn tlio laud boyaut, that ntartn at Ho)(iiii'u llilln, An' ruiiB by Uuakamuakra Crook to down bo' UcijiMivillo. 'l'wnn full of nhtouo an' norub an' throoa, but to monolf udk 1, ' yo'll bo n landlord, Mioky Dowd, or bo tho nnintn yo'll dio I*' 01 uiiod to iihoot tho kuiifl;oroofl, whon 'oor Oi wuntod mato, Au wld a bit av' common flour oid mako a divinnor nato j Oi nomotoimoB bought a bug av spudn, whin ' toiniua wnn not too bad, An...
ON The STUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
[?] Sydnoy Jins to hike a buck Boat in rngard to politics just now. Probably ib in partly owing to tho infliionco radiating from tlio Agricultural Show, and partly from tho fnob that tho minintry nro on^od ««» touring tho country to provo that CotUiu's your friend, not bhort. At an ovontn wo havo to go away to loarn nown of coming ovuiits, and to find out whothor thingn am ovor going to boom again, or what U8o Sydney in to tho country unyway. Tom Slattory'u diBROvory tliat tho now taxoo aro unconstitutional doim not bring muoli comfort to tho unfortuuato tax pnyorn. Itu vory kind of him, no doubt, and woll mount, to nay that tho logislaturo can't put on thoiio taxed, but I ho woint of it in that thoy havo, just tho biuho ao tho policeman who craclcB iv man over bin hoail with bin baton in npito of tho victim tolling him that ho can't do it. Anyhow tho Labor Party Boom to havo bconk!, for both M'Gowon, tho loader, and hia truaty honohmon, Eddon, havo boon oxalrml to tho judgment neat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
FOll LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUE STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c, Tako a couplo of Fletclior'a Pillo every occond night ; they are a prompt nud euro . euro, aud give curtuin relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS aro a quick, euro, and roliahlo ruincdy for all complaintu arising from torpid liver, indigestion, weak utomach, and iiupuritiitd of tho blood. They are prepared on rational and muiuiblo liriffl, und do not contain a purticlo of calomol, truinhogo, or any drastic purga tive, but operaUi by perfectly natural iiieanii by stimulating tho liver and increasing tho flow of hilo, and lima pro ducing easy evacuations and natural cfttharsoa without the annoyanco and pain ? of griping and purging. iiowuro of the many harmful KiiliKtitutca on sale iu many aliopa. Nono nro genuine unions they bear tlio signature of F. Mooro Chiinouta on tho outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC ami FLKTCHEIi'S PILLS liavo hocomo ouch liouaohnld words that imitations nro frequently offered. Wo conlmid t...
CRICKET CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
J v ^liii'Kv^ „ /£^A'}p^-Wl -#v^ WM''itw^W^ff0W^'\ [?] fTIHE holidays aro ovor and the city lad* ?*? back onco inoro to graft from thoir country jnuntn. Tlioy ro-coiuraonoo local crickot to-day. }:?)'?'?'. 'Tlio boi.t trip I'vo Ovor had,' in tho 'iv- ;..'??.'? summing up of moot of thorn. Thoon who ';(?'.' wont to tlio Maitland District with tbo !,;? Doublo Bivyo huvo Bworn to do it ovor ''? : again at tlio -mrlio.it possiblo opportunity. ;';'.'' . Tlio Globo follosva at B:ithurat enjoyod -?''.'''. ' themselves boyond measure, find tlio ,:' ' Juniors nt Tiireo V70ro treatod liko princoD. i . ' ' Up at Port Macquario tho Eastern Suburba | )-;':'? mixture put in tlio boot timo they'vo ovor ifc hud, tlmulca to two flrst-rato captains — ono '??) on land and t'othor on wator. ;? . Tho Globo nont rathor a weal: toam to J ?'.'. Bathurst, Buch doors nu Andy Nonell, ; '??' Goorgo Youll, Buckle, and Elliu being left -:, ;?-'?? behind. But it didn't matter, na Skippor t Coboroft handlod tkn ro...
Straught Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
[?] Newest form of civilised Bport — Dorvioh shooting. The numbor of inystoriouG flroa incroanco in N.S.W. yonrly. * * * No tnoro fabuloiw findo in Wootrnlin. Tho mining HivrB mubt have oinigratod. ? « * Daily nowapapor roportoro liko ft Miniis torial tour bottor than any otlior kind) of graft. ? o « : Tlio Austrnliau-Chinooo pnpor io eallod tho JCwonq Yiok Wau Bo, and rondo upside down. Tho Quoon cables lior oyinpathy to tlio nuffuroru by tho Brunnor Colliery disaster. Collect P ? ? ? Record yoar for tho Agricultural Socioty*u Show. la this uuothor of tho blessings of Frootrado ? ? ? ? Vico-regal iuovomenfG and church matters nro nlwnyo tho bent reported nows itoraB in both Sydnoy morning dailies. Victoria io sacking her J.'bP. N.S.W. ia appointing anothor batch instead of cot tin p rid of Komo of tho old oncn. Pooplo who nro ongagod in tho Northorn BUgarindmitryaro bringing thoir griovaneno beforo Parliament. They aro till nwoot on Protection. ? ? ? When trill country councillors ...
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
FOOTBALL FLASHES. (I!Y 'QUIIjIV') Tho roproaontativo of the Contral Wob torn Union, Mr. L. IiL Browno, writoa, taking oxception to tho par that appearod in tho Aieitow n fortnight ago, to tho olfoct that Jim M'Mahon's remarkable hat wao ntolon from him at Orange last, your. Whil«t iu Oranga recniilly M^r. Browno, nnxioun to relievo the local pooplo of tho terrible slur of having a thief in thoir midst, diflcovorod that the full-back, in a lit of generosity for tho hniuhoinenoas of his treatment thoro, gavo tho battered and ohapoloRii chapoau to Meaara. Lob. Lano and A. E. Eylea (lion, nocrotary o? tho Branch). Tho3o gontlomon had a diiipwlo ? an to' which of thorn was onlitlod to tho relie, aud, looking up tho musty old law records, found to ono'n joy and t'othor'n chagrin, that Paddy Lnuo'n young brother was the possessor in tho oyea of tho Law, tho full-back having given it to him boiiio timo beforo boatowing it upon tho hon. boo. Tho hit tor, however, uooma to hnvo ro gainod it, ...
THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
[?] Tho B. and B. Company produce Oscar Wildo'n throe-act play, 'Tho Importanco of Boing Earnest,' at tho Cri.this ovoning. Tho piece ia now to Sydnoy play goora. It ia oaid to bo ono of tlio boat of Wildo's dramatic productioiiH. Tho author, now languishing a half imbocilo iu an English jjrison, paying tho just ponalty of hia iniquitios, himaulf con niderod it tho best of his st:igo works. Wildo, in apito of hia Babylonian tusloa, wna a critic. It Booma a oad and lmnontabla thing that a man capablo of such oxquisito litoniry work as Wilde nhould have bn como ho beatialiood. But tho man and bin work nro always two separata things. Pooplo who go to sou Wildo's plays can not dony that they aro amongst tho most artistic and boautiful of modorn English atngo works. Bland Holt in his Hoolan kilts and nccoutroinunto continues at tho Royal with ' One of tho Beat.' Wo had no idon until hist Saturday ovoning that Bland Holt wua a Sc.otchmin. Tlio thiiisy bus como upon ua with paralysing imdd...
HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
? — ? ^ ? -_- ? ? ?s-/yl— — rC-^ ? s*t ^ \ ' Tho following rosolution pstabliahes tho refutation rtf tho Rydo Municipnl Council for carofulnoHa and sagacity : ' That this Council taken tlio necessary notion to rocovor any rntou duo to tho Council that tlioro ia any prospect of eolloctiii!;' I (should nay that tho ratopay'or who coni03 rto tho front door to iutorviow tho tax collector with adoublo-barrollodgun would havo w.ritton against his jiiimo on tho Council clerk's books — 'Jones, no prospoct of collecting.' Tho days of tho buccanoors nro notquito over. Tho cnbloa bavo aniiouncod tlint a gang of Morocco pirntoa, who havo been r.eourini; tho MuditorraiK'an, capturod ft liritifih fihip and Gold hor crow and aix pansongorB as slavoa. ' Tho nituatiou ih a tiplondid ono for tho writoru of ' penny dreadfuls,' nnd it will no doubt prove a gold-mino for thorn. A couplo of KiiKlish gunbonts hnvo iiiBb gono along to knock tho poeitry out of tho biumioB.i, and Morocco is lik-oly to got an...
LEPROUS VEGETABLES [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
lentous vegktadmss nro not ploaoanb things to contomplato, but an unoany, not to nay Bquoaniish, fooling must liavo boon imparted to ciiHtomora of Cliinuoo gardonora by tho intulligonco that ono of thoir number had boon found at Enfold nulforing from loprony in an adrancod utago, and aftor nomo trouble* convoyod to tho lazaratto at Littlo Hay, ot which it iB ntatod lio wob formerly an ininato. If this ho truo Homebody ohould l)o called to account for it, so that it may bo known who ia roeiponniblo for fi poraon sufforiiig from thia loatlir uomo diflonso moving aboub iHuongot tho pooplo, travelling in public con voyancou, and selling ltia vogotabloo in tlio nmrkotn and olsowhoro. Ifc in quito bad oiiough to put up with tlio ordinary oviln following upon tho oxiiitonco of tlio yollow ngony in our midnb, but whon ib coition to a question of infocUm; tlio food nnpply of tho pooplo,, and probably din Humiliating tho i;ormu of loprouy in traniii, trains ana ' inarlcok-placon, lb ia about ...
CROSS-BOLTS. A GENT NAMED LARKE [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
CROSS-BOLTS. A GEHT KAUBD LARKES has como up to show us how much bettor thoy do it in Canada. Mr. Larko in fcho Canadian roproaontntivo in Now South Waloa. nnd ho Jia3 boon loctnrinir on ' Social Progroutt in Canada.' Aniongab othor thingn Mr. Larko oaya : ' Out of 2,000,000 pooplo thoro had only boon 400 divorces in 25 yonra. In town and country thoro win church accommodation for ovory man, woman, nnd child, and tho moating of tho pooplo r.t thoso churchoa livid tho foun dtifciou o£ cin understanding which pre vented labor strikes. Driuking had de creased in Canada, and it was truo that working won could not afford to. drink. Thoro wns enough uionoy apont on drink and oraoko in Sydney to jjivo employ-, mon to ovory mun in tho colony.' Mr. Larko forgot to montion anything nbout tho great Cnnndinu political Bcandivl, which wna tho talk of tho wholo world only fcliroo yoara ago. Tho disclosures of iv political corruption, jobbory nnd robb'ory which lmd 'provnilod in tho Dominion for y...
CHEAP LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
CHEAP LAW. Law is a luxury which only tho rich can afford. When a man falls into tho water, and his friends on shoro can Iroep tho aharlca either fed or frightened, ho hao a chanco of escapo; but tho poor wretch who goto in amongat the dovourcrn without food for them and rninuB frionda en tho bank will bo torn to pieceB. Our legal nystein oporateu in tho samo way. Poor and friendless people who fall into the deop waters of litigation aro converted into food for tho lawjero. Tho purso-f nil person only stands n chance. Snuo mon who have had an oxporienco of our law, I who thoroughly [understand its deluys, ito circumlocution, itn procrastination, its vngariou and contradictions, and tho goneral rapacity of tho3o who aro con i nooted with it, shun tho tomplea of jus i tico as if thoy were tho polluted fanoa of I devils rathor than tho high altars of a I pure and holy goddess. In plain mattor ? of fact speaking law, and particularly a English, American, and Australian law, . | is moro ...
AN INTERESTING CONTROVERSY [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
AN lNTKUESTING CONTltOVKHSY of an intorinittout charactor haa bcon R°'nK on during tho pant fow wooka na to whothor tho politica of tho country nro roally for mulated by Mr. Iloid nnd hiii colloa'ruoa or by Mr. M'Goivon and hia followora. Doth thoso londora, it iieotim, claim to bo tho actual inotivo powor which works tho lcgiii lntivo niaehinory, and inforontially imply that tho othor follow i3 only a faort of noceaaary ovil — a kind of ar.aif.tant utokor, who may havo usoiatud in kunping tho firou going occnoionally, bud had vorylitMo to do with tho control of tho plant. No doubt it in necoflsary for tho credit of both partion to nnuort thoir proiioininoiico in ordor to rotaiu tho coniidonco of thoir comitituonta, but it ia intoro3tiii£ to upoeuluto whothor tho matter will unfairly thrcuhod out whon Pnrliamnnt iiuuiLh. If it is, thoro Buotun a Jikolihood of tlioro boitig a cotiaidornblo 'change in tho nl-ato of political parties nb an early pariod.
"SOCIALISM IN OUR TIME" [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
'SOCIALISM IS OUR TIME' is tho motto of tho Quoonsland Labor Party. Thoy floem likoly to roaliao it. The Arkow bopoa thoy do, bocauao it pro foro to boo i?omo othor country try tho Socialistic exporimonfc. But if Quoonsland nuopta n (Socialistic fenn of government, what is going to beeomo of the Intor coloninl Federation idoa? Tho othor colonies inuy not bo 'ripo for Socialism.;' thoy niiij uor. hanl«.r nftor Now Australian movomonta or n uommunnl ownorship of laying hons. In that cago thoy would l-robably ngrno to stand out, and Quoons land would hnvo to go tho wholo Social i«tic hog nlono. Or, again, thoy niijthb form an offemiivo and dofonaivo allinnco, nud coinpol tho Social Quoonsland State to organiao n atanding army for ito own protection. And as utandinjj armies or military orgnnisatioiiD of any description nro ontiroly contrary to tho (ij)irifc of Socialism, thoro would bo intornal ti'oubloa of nil doscriptioiia. This ia n BprioiiR quun tion. QueoiiBlnnd is now proportional...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
Six hundnul now J.P.'a havo boon ap pointed. If wo can't KoLjuiitii'u wo can at nuy ralo havo Jiihtico» of tho [Jcucu. The Sundat Timkb to-morrow will con tain muny i'enturoa of jjoiioriil intnrcKt, in cluding stories, speciiil artii'lon, interviews, &c. The Tisikii in aoitt to any addrws in tho country for 8s por annum ; outBido N.S.W., lOn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
ADVICE AND MEDICINE. 2a (iu. nit. Ai.vmon AUANsiK, A losnlly qualinod Medical I'l-miiiioiior ami 8ar koou, rntfiut.urril in (lro.it Jlni.im. ninl by tin Mmlleol lloiiril of N.H. Wnlon, Into of Ilia Itojral luflrtmirj, Kdiulmruli, mut UuivcrHity Cnllogu Hoopihil, l.oii'loii, hum I'litioiitti Dully nl tho City x'rovUlont DinjiRiiimry, CCK1 Uli!(IU-JK..STUKK1l1, HK1CKFIEI.I) HIU, (.Siuuc unions I'ixtii Hull. iiciu'Uoulliiirn-Htrwit.) 'MOTii^Efr^'''''' '' ? i ought iLi^.urx.2rjr,!rLaS^ «i TfJ thu l'.ico mill Lipa, Lmiifiior, Fill „,„,_.„, l-itiilloii, &o.. tliuy nro nuiroriiisj bCNOVT/ f''' Anwiun, uaiMisil hy Uiiliiutrl _„„, linn, Ikihs of Illimil. Ao. UniBo's I Hlb. DUOUHSS IMLliS (|iilnlcly oliiman tlm Tiiilii nlckly color nf tlio fftim icit.s- tlio ruddy bloom of lioiltli, nml tlio iliillnilu jjix-l intii tho wnll duvulopuil wiiin.m. Tluiy nro tualolena, imikn piu-o rluh liloii.l ; inviilnablu to Luilioi na n 8tr«iit,'tli«nluir Uo;;iiltiU-r. Of nil Ghcmluta, or frun pur po.U...
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (BY "PILOT.") A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ROUS HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
TO-DAY'S TIPS. (Bt ' PILOT.') A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ROUS HANDICAP: LEONIDAS or DAMIEN ? 1 Waihine .., M ? 2 TltUALUA. ? 3 PLACK HANDICAP : THE TEIEB ? 1 Fort ? ? 2 Acmena ? _ ... 3 STEEPLECHA8B t ' GRAND WING ... ... ... I Mikado II ? ... ... 2 Ema ? ... 8 SECOND NURSERY HANDICAP: HOKET ... ? 1 Tmm ? 2 Honiton or Contempt ? 8 A.J.C. PLATE : WALLACE ... h. ? 1 TOBKADOR ... ... ... n. 2 The IlAnvKQTca ... . ... 8 FINAL HAJNDICAPt LITTLE AGNES ? 1 Hindoo ? ? 2 Jack o' Lantkbn or Eebi-onsk 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
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ON THE TRACK. KENSINGTON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
ON THE TRACK. KENSINGTON. Thurbdat. About tho flrat lob out tbia morning woro Bell Motnl and Paul Pry, wlio uoro denpatohod in oonipauy for a good workiug gallop ovor'n tnilo nnd n quarter, both atridins freely ami flnlnblnrr toKotlior. Choslorman's oliauao of diotinBiilnliiiiff Liuinolf in tiio A.J.O. Plato would apponr to be hopoloon. Ho oould not rniao tbo oomblanao of 0. gallop at tho con oluoion of a ooiid mllo and throa-qnartoru on tho outor tan, and vrns oanily diiiDuacd of by Graiidwltifr, vrho noaouipnnind him all tbo Tray, nnd won by oovoral lonfrLlm. Itobiu wan tho lnnt of T. Pnjton'n t-3am to bo oxtandod, puttiiiK in a nnmrt opurt over threo furlonRB, liook Hfjiio wivh fully oxtondod orcr u olronit, but fluiBhod nuythlnf; but well. W. Carney donpivtoliod Blnok Traokor for a aorvioonlbo (ralfop. 'I'lio wiimor of tho Firat Stooplo morod niooly, and is iu oioollont condition; BuWator, Wyalonif, Lolhool, Culgon, Monarch, Solon, Morrigivt, Koltn, and 'VVaratah woro allotted o...
ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 11 April 1896
ON THE WIIKEL. To-day will witness tho opening oF tho League's hchboii by n fioi't of picnic at Cubaritn. Thu stoamer will leave the foot of Kiuu-KtriHit ab about; 2.U0 p.m. Tho cominittoo havo iuvitod all thu moinbiirs of the League and tlioir wi»o.-i nnd lady frioudK to bo prosont. Afternoon tea will bo provided, aud tea at G o'clock. About 200 invitations havo been stint out. Tho ufcornoon will bo spent in nportn and dune ing, and a return will bo miido to town at 9 o'clock. Tho Cyclists' Union open thoir soaRonat Botany llila uftoruoon, where sports and a Kocial evenini; will be the bill iu conjunction with tho Amatonr Athlotic Anaociation. lindferuitns aro requested to muster at tho local Town Hall at 2.'M for that purpose In ft trial on Wednesday tlio motor cyclo which is to appear at tiio Md^uon-Lowm benefit on the 25th mushed a speed of 30 inilea ail hour. By tho way, tmtriea for this meotini;, at which Martin and Par soiiB will bo competitors, cIo.ik mixt Wed nesday. Neil M...